State Societies in the Southeast

Since 1959 the Florida Society of Association Executives (FSAE) has provided its members with the resources they need to enhance their performance and ensure continued growth and success. The Florida Society of Association Executives serves its members and advances the association profession through a community of knowledge sharing, education, advocacy and business modeling.

Association Executives of North Carolina (AENC) membership is comprised of CEOs and staff of associations in North Carolina and representatives from the association service and hospitality industries.

South Carolina Society of Association Executives (SCSAE) is an organization of chief executive officers and professional staff who manage a variety of trade, professional and nonprofit associations, as well as companies that provide products and services to the association community.  Organized in 1963, SCSAE now has more than 250 association executives, meeting planners, association staff members and business partners as members.

The Alabama Council of Association Executives (ACAE) is an individual membership organization consisting of more than 400 professional association management personnel, hotel and motel representatives, convention and visitors bureau representatives and numerous venders and suppliers. 

The Tennessee Society of Association Executives (TNSAE) provides professional and personal development opportunities for members in the association community. 

Louisiana Society of Association Executives (LSAE) is an association comprised of chief executive officers and top staff of many different types of associations across Louisiana--business, trade, professional and convention and visitors bureaus.

The Texas Society of Association Executives (TSAE) is the professional society for persons engaged in the management of voluntary trade and professional organizations in Texas. TSAE provides the highest quality educational, leadership, and professional development opportunities to association executives and affiliate members, and enhances the performance of the organizations they represent.